and overview. Three
version of full paper: Use this as the standard version of the basic framework. It
is basically the same as the original journal article, but has been
updated a bit in relation to technology change.
Full paper (pdf)
Latest versions (2015) of the
standard PPBF graphs here (66K
Pannell, D.J. (2008). Public benefits,
private benefits, and policy intervention for land-use change for
environmental benefits, Land Economics 84(2): 225-240. Available
journal web site.
The latest version (above) is a little different to
this journal article due to additional insight into technology change that
emerged when I wrote the following paper.
paper with a focus on technology change:
Pannell, D.J. (2008).
Public benefits, private benefits and policy mechanism choice for land-use
change: technology change, INFFER Working Paper 0801, University of Western
Full paper (117K pdf file).
First presented at 52nd Annual
Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society,
Canberra, 5-8 Feb 2008. Published as:
Pannell, D.J. (2009). Technology change as a policy
response to promote changes in land management for environmental benefits,
Agricultural Economics 40(1), 95-102.
Third journal article, focussing on "lifestyle"
Pannell, D.J. and Wilkinson, R. (2008). Policy mechanism choice for
environmental management by non-commercial “lifestyle” rural landholders,
Ecological Economics 68: 2679-2687. Available online at
journal web site. Available as INFFER Working Paper 0807, University of Western
Australia. Full paper (165K pdf)
that makes use of the PPBF to analyse options for afforestation in New
Zealand: Barry, L.E., Yao, R.T., Harrison, D.R., Paragahawewa, U.H. and
Pannell, D.J. (2014). Enhancing ecosystem services through
afforestation: How policy can help, Land Use Policy 39,
Journal web site
that makes use of the PPBF to analyse options for catchment managment in
New South Wales: Nordblom, T.L., Hume, I.H., Finlayson, J.D., Pannell,
D.J., Holland, J.E. and McClintock, A.J. (2015). Distributional
consequences of upstream tree plantations on downstream water users in a
public-private benefit framework, Agricultural Systems 139,
Journal web site
presentation of the PPBF here (555K)
Excel files containing the calculations and graphs
used in: latest version of full paper
original journal article (600K) •
second journal article on technology
development (750K) •
third journal article on lifestyle